Case Studies

Market Values

An Australia Stock Exchange listed, billion-dollar company, PACT owns packaging manufacturing operations across Australia, New Zealand, and Asia. Their plastic resin and steel packaging products service customers in many sectors including:

  • Food and Beverage
  • Personal Care
  • Household Consumer
  • Industrial & Chemical
  • Materials Handling & Infrastructure

PACT needed a way to implement consumption-based IT services capable of scaling quickly to meet new demands without incurring large one-off capital investments. PACT also wanted to move away from their large, physical, and unsupported Oracle/Solaris/SPARC/SAP infrastructure to a fully virtualized platform, and complete the migration without any obstruction to day-to-day operations.

Here’s how BNW delivered:


With a market cap close to $5 billion, Incitec Pivot Ltd is another Australian Stock Exchange listed company that manufactures, markets, and distributes a range of industrial chemicals products, including heavily used fertilisers and explosives.

BNW Consulting walked Incitec Pivot through a smooth SAP Migration from AIX/Oracle to Windows/SQL/Private Cloud, highlighted by zero hiccups on the go-live day.

Best of all, the entire project was delivered in less than 12 weeks.

To see how BNW got it done in-detail:


A leading Saudi Arabian utility company with almost $110 billion in assets, the Saudi Electrical Company needed BNW to perform a significant restructuring—the consolidation all their SAP systems into a much smaller footprint, and a complete technology overhaul.

But that was only the beginning.

Saudi brought us back to lead their Systems Integrator initiative, which involved upgrading their entire SAP landscape from 7.0 to the latest NetWeaver version (7.4)

Here’s how we did it:


SCT Logistics is a leading Australian transportation company with 24/7, year-round operations. SCT needed a way to quickly and cost-effectively set up disaster protection for their new SAP environment, and SAP scalability on-flexible infrastructure.

Due to the nature their business, SCT required a seamless fail-over capable of recovery in less than 15 minutes. Using a high-availability disaster recovery infrastructure in Microsoft Azure, here’s how BNW helped this logistics giant save months of time and countless thousands in setup costs: